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  • Writer's pictureMark Stumer

NEW 20 DAY TEMPORARY PERMIT AUTHORIZED BY THE NEW YORK STATE LIQUOR AUTHORITY

On November 17, 2010, the Executive Committee of the New York State Liquor Authority authorized the issuance of a new permit to liquor license applicants. Specifically, the New York State Liquor Authority may now issue a 20 Day Temporary Letter allowing the applicant to serve for 20 days provided that they are only missing the following from their liquor license application: 1) Certificate of Authority; 2) Workers Compensation or Disability Insurance; 3) Newspaper Affidavit; 4) Photos showing that the applicant is ready to open; and/or 5) Surrender of the current license in effect for the premise, if any.

Presently, this new 20 Day permit policy will remain in effect until February 17, 2011 at which point it will be revisited by the Authority.

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